- Yatani, C. (2015). The American conscience from Vienna to Hiroshima: Peace psychology toward a nuclear-free world without firing a shot. Paper presented at the 1st Pan-American Interdisciplinary Conference - PIC 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 13-16.
- Yatani, C. (2014). After the fiftieth anniversary march on Washington: The politics of diversity reconsidered. Proposal/Abstract of Paper accepted for the 14th International Conference of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Vienna University, Vienna, Austria, July 9 – 11.
Yatani, C. (2013). “Kafkaesque”: The Peace Psychology from Hiroshima to New York to Prague. Paper presented at The 8th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, July 30 – August 1.
Yatani, C. (2012a). The Politics of Diversity: No racism, No Sexism and No Enemy in the Post 9 / 11 America. Paper presented at the Twelfth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, June 11-13.
Yatani, C. (2012b). The enemy manufactured: Nationalism, religious fundamentalism and nuclear weapons. Paper presented at the Oxford Round Table, Oxford University, England, March 11 – 15.
Yatani, C. (2010). Human Development in the Digital Society: Information Technology and Santa’s Dream. Paper presented at The 6th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Free University Berlin, Germany, January 15 – 17.
Yatani, C. (2009a). No racism, no sexism and no enemy in the 2008 American presidential race: Psychology in a social context. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, The University of Athens, Greece, July 8-11.
- Yatani, C. (2009b). Humanizing science and technology or alienating the learners: The paradox of Sociology 5213 â€“ Science, Technology & Society. Paper presented at the 16th International Conference on Learning, The University of Barcelona, Spain, July 1-4.
- Yatani, C. (2008). With us or against us: American images of the enemy. Paper presented at the 20th anniversary of Oxford Round Table Oxford University, England, March 16 - 21.
- Yatani, C. (2006). Transforming personal knowledge into common knowledge: A case study of Collaborative work between an American and Japanese organization. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations, Prato, Italy, July 11-14.
- Yatani, C. (2004). From Pearl Harbor to 9/11: A Japanese Teacher in America. Paper presented at the 112th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28-Aug. 1.
- Yatani, C. (2003). After twenty years: The new â€œEvilsâ€ and the old America. Symposium at the 20th anniversary of 20th Anniversary Conference of Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR), University of District of Columbia, Washington DC, March 28-30.
- Yatani, C. (1999). Challenging the Cold War in America. Paper presented at the 22nd annual scientific meeting of International Society of Political Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 18-21.
- Yatani, C. (1996). Anti-Immigrant movements in the 1990s: A new perspective in the Post Cold War. Paper presented at the 104th annual conference of American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 9-13.
- Yatani, C. & Kowalewski, D. (1996). Japanese media personnel: An attitudinal survey. Paper presented at the 41st International Conference of Eastern Studies, Tokyo, Japan, May 10-11.
- Yatani, C. (1986). Individualism and nationalism: Need for strength as a psychological obstacle toward participation in anti-nuclear activities. Paper was presented at the 9th annual scientific meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 30- July 3.
- Hunter, A., Flamenbaum, C., Yatani, C., & Silverstein, B. (1985). Psychological predictors of anti-nuclear activism by social class. Paper was presented at the 113th annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC., November 18-20.